We have a package for each season
Which one is your favorite?
We have water adventures for the summer, apple cider for the fall and snowshoes for the winter. When will you visit?
SNOW MUCH FUN
Try one of our yurts this winter for a unique, “snow much fun” winter experience! Curl up by the fire, watch the stars in a spectacular dome skylight and explore our trails on snowshoes!
The Whiff’s lodge also has a great selection of rooms, gather in our great room around our stone hearth, play board games and get cozy!
One night isn’t enough to truly enjoy all that winter has to offer. Book 2 or more nights for a full experience!
Winter Family Packages
Bring the whole family along for some fun and adventure!
Find the perfect package for your family. Staying in either a chalet or yurt, explore with snowshoe rentals, relax in your personal hot tub, or make memories around a fire with smores and hot chocolate!
Fall Cider Making Packages
The trees are showing all shades from yellow to dark red, the apples are ripe and sweet and the weather is still pleasant on the shores of Cape Breton Island.
Perfect time for a Cider Making Getaway!
Make Summer Awesome Packages
Summer is about special adventures. It’s about trying new things like yolo boards, discovering waterfalls and sea caves off the beaten path, or observing an eagle or moose. Relax and taste delicious new dishes made fresh from our garden & orchard harvests. Pack up your pets and come to our little oasis by the sea.
What a great time of the year to discover the one and only Cabot Trail. Especially when you are surrounded by the people you love. Cabot Shores offer so many things to do and see that you won’t even notice the 3 nights flying.
Listed as 1 of 5 Quirky Stays On The East Coast of Canada
"A tree top village with Smurf-like domes rising out of the forest and Mongolian yurts in Nova Scotia? Indeed! Cabot Shores on Cape Breton Island entices you to embrace your nomadic roots and connect to nature. You can stay in one of the colourful yurts or opt for a geodesic dome raised up off the ground. Take in the lake views and the Atlantic waters on both sides, while the smell of cedar fills the air. Be sure to have your camera ready to snap a moose photo (they love it there)."
~ North American Traveller